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JANUARY 2018 DISMISSALS Our heartfelt congratulations to our clients from Fort Bend, Harris, Wharton and Galveston counties who have had their cases dismissed as of January 31, 2018. We were happy to work with you and for you, and hope you are as pleased with the outcome as we are. Good luck with your future…

Fort Bent County District Court Client Facing Four Felony Charges – All Charges Dismissed Earlier this year I was facing four felony charges. What an arrest! I was worried. What was I going to do? My lawyer came to the rescue. He gave me advice, took hold of my case and worked diligently on my…

November 2017 Dismissals Our hearty congratulations to those of our clients’ who got to hear “Case Dismissed!” Best wishes to each of you, and thank you for trusting us to get the job done. Fort Bend County – Felony Indecency/Injury to Child – DISMISSED – Felony Unauthorized Use of A Motor Vehicle – DISMISSED – Felony  Aggravated Sexual Assault Motion…

Fort Bend County District Court Motion to Adjudicate Guilt (Indecency and Sexual Assault) – Dismissed In early October 2017, Don A. Hecker represented a client charged with Indecency and Sexual Assault.  After conferring with the client and researching the case, Mr. Hecker filed a Motion to Adjudicate Guilt to dismiss all charges.  The client, on…

AUGUST 2017 DISMISSALS The offices of Don A. Hecker are pleased to share the following case dismissals during August 2017 in Fort Bend and Harris Counties. Our congratulations and best wishes to our clients for their future success. Fort Bend County – Felony Motion to Adjudicate Guilt – DISMISSED – Felony Aggravated Assault – DISMISSED –…

Houston, TX Man Not Guilty Of Assault by Stephen Palkot A Houston man accused in two separate cases of first degree felony aggravated sexual assault of a child was exonerated this week in one case. Jesse Lee Finney, of Houston stood accused of molesting a family member numerous times between May 1, 2001 and April…

Richmond, TX Burglary Suspect Found Not Guilty, But With A Twist  by Don Maines A 19-year-old Rosenberg man was found not guilty, Wednesday, of stealing a Nintendo video game from his friends’ home. However, Shaun Lamont Richardson might have jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire with his testimony in the burglary…

Richmond, TX Prison Guard not guilty of threatening her boss by Don Maines A former prison guard was found not guilty of threatening her sergeant with physical violence. Lillian Madison, 27, of Humble was accussed of retaliation, a third degree felony for the incident that allegedly occurred last July 24 at the Texas Department of…

Wharton County, TX Jury Trial for Felony Possession October 2016 – Attorney Don A Hecker* tried a Felony Possession of Body Armor case in the 329th District of Wharton County. The range of punishment was 25 to 99 years and a fine of up to $10,000 due to prior convictions. Pretrial motions were filed and…

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